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|And I've swallowed, I grant, a beer of lot But I'm not so think as you drunk I am ... |
I shall stralk quite weight and not yutter anell, My feech will not spaltertheleast
littlejot: If you knownly had own! well, I gave him a dot, And I said to him, ...
|Yes, my fellow Americans, the next time you sing our national anthem at a |
baseball game, celebrate the song's heritage by taking a long pull of your cold
beer. I'm not a drinker; I'm a drunk. Don ... I'm Not So Think as You Drunk I
|WA 1844-1930 3977 (attributed) I remember your name perfectly, but I just can't |
think of your face. 3978 (attributed) Let us ... SQUIRE Sir J.C. 1884-1958 3985 '
Ballade of Soporific Absorption' But I'm not so think as you drunk I am. 3986 'In ...
|Drunkenness and Hangovers Never eat more than you can lift. Jim Henson |
James. see also DRINK But I'm not so think as you drunk Iam. ... dramatist: The
Sultan ofSulu (1903) 2 asked to devise an advertising slogan for Guinness:
Guinness makes you drunk. ... Dorothy Parker 18931967 American critic and
humorist: Howard Teichmann George S. Kaufman (1973) But I'm not so think as
you drunkI am.
|Of course not. I ought to know. I've been using it for years. Tallulah Bankhead |
190368: Tallulah(1952) In this country, don't ... 'An Adage from the Orient' (1883)
, frequently quoted as a Japanese proverb But I'm not so think as you drunk I am.
|Drunkenness s see also ALCOHOL bessie braddock:Winston, you're drunk. |
churchill: Bessie, you're ugly. But tomorrow ... William Shakespeare 15641616
English dramatist: Macbeth (1606) But I'm not so think as you drunk I am. J. C.
|Benjamin Spock 1903-98 American paediatrician 1 You know more than you |
think you do. C'nninicin Sense ... Gems from Spunieon ( i8s4l J. C. Squire 1884-
1958 Knglish man of letters 15 But I'm not so think as you drunk I am. 'Ballade of ...
|Mr. Ruzak, are you drunk? I am drunk. Yes, I am. I thought so. But I'm not |
rambling. This is important. I'm getting to it, but you need to understand the
background, the context of my thinking. I have a point. I don't know if you watch
|"Oh, don't stand up and act as though you were going to hit me. ... Do you think |
that's right?" "Shut up. You're drunk." "Perhaps I am drunk. Why aren't you drunk?
Why don't you ever get drunk, ... "I'm not so damn drunk as I sounded," he said.
|"Thinking Academic Freedom in Gendered Post-Colomaliry" (August 11, 1992) |
Spock, Benjamin, Dr. (Benjamin McLane Spock; ... 23 Squire, J. C., Sir (John
Collings Squire; 1884-1958) British writer 1 But I'm not so think as you drunk I am.